10 August 2008

Vacation: New Brunswick

We spent very little time in New Brunswick, but the province was absolutely stunning. Lots of covered bridges are in New Brunswick, so we had to find as many as we could. One of them was the longest covered bridge in the world in Hartland.

We also drove through Fundy National Park and hiked around Dickson Falls. I loved this spot. I adore rocks and water, so this was just about heaven for me.

And then we went to Hopewell Rocks. More rocks and water! It's on the Bay of Fundy, with the largest tides in the world, so you can actually walk around on the ocean floor and see these amazing rocks. The way the tides have eroded the rocks is incredible. The Flower Pot Rocks are some of the most famous.

And the Bay of Fundy is right there, with Nova Scotia on the horizon.

Next on our trip was Prince Edward Island.

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